From the series of vases of A.D. Copier 3 nail balls/vases in three sizes.
All three are in excellent condition, with no haze or lime deposits, no chips and no spots.
Without an etched mark.
From circa 1960, produced after the Leerdam Serica nail balls from 1940 (Serica 60, 61 and 62)
The dimensions are:
Left in the overview photo 116 mm high
Centre in the overview photo 89 mm high
Right in the overview photo 66 mm high
Also seen in the book "Copier Complete" on page 401, indicated with numbers 60, 61 and 62 (see also last photo)
About Andries Dirk Copier (1901-1991): Copier is seen as one of the most important Dutch artists of the 20th century. In his career, Copier was able to apply the latest technical developments in personal, contemporary designs. Early in his career he was appointed designer at the Leerdam Glasfabriek, where he was given the opportunity to experiment. Together with his team he discovered an endless range of new techniques for both usable glass and unique pieces, such as tin craquelure, enamel powders, ribs and bubbles. His designs for usable glass, such as the guild-glass, are still in production. With his unique pieces Copier became internationally known. These experimental glass objects, introduced in 1925 as 'Leerdam Unica', are seen as precursors to the studio glass movement and show glass as an art form.
- Nombre d’articles
- bulbes de clous / vases
- Designer / Artiste
- A.D. Copier
- Modèle / Nom
- Spijkerbollen / vazen
- Époque estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge